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YI Tao Inorganic Chemistry, Professor

E-mail: yitao@fudan.edu.cn
Office Location: Room A5004, Chemistry Building, Department of Chemistry, Fudan University 2005 Songhu Road, Yangpu District, Shanghai 200438, China
Tel: 86-21-31244330

  • Research Interests

  • Academic Appointments

  • Prizes and awards

  • Biography

  • Teaching

  • Key Publications

  • Supramolecular chemistry, Fluorescent functional materials, Biosensor

  • Number of Committee of National Natural Science Foundation of China for Inorganic Chemistry specialty

  • The Scientific and Technological Progress Award of China, 1999 (China)

  • The Scientific and Technological Progress Award by Ministry of Education, 1998 (China)

  • 2011 National Natural Science Funds for Distinguished Young Scholars

  • The excellent academic leaders of Shanghai (2012)

  • Sept. 1994 - Jan. 1998,  Peking University, PhD Degree, Inorganic Chemistry

  • Sept. 1987 - July. 1990, Peking University, Master Degree, Inorganic Chemistry

  • Sept. 1983 - July. 1987, Peking University, B.S. Degree, Chemistry

  • June, 2004~ now,   Fudan University, Associate Professor (2004) and Professor (2007)

  • Apr., 2003~Apr., 2004   Red Position researcher of CNRS (France), University Paris XI,

  • Apr., 2002~Mar., 2003 Kyushu University, Researcher, Fukuoka, Japan

  • June, 2001~Mar., 2002 University of Tokyo, Postdoctoral Researcher (supported by Inoue Foundation)

  • June, 1999 ~ May, 2001 , Kyoto University, Postdoctoral researcher (JSPS)

  • Sept., 1990 ~Jan, 1999  Peking University, Assistant and lecture, Secretary of State Key Lab.of Rare Earth Material Chemistry & Applications

  • Supramolecular Chemistry

  1. Xudong Yu, Liming Chen, Mingming Zhang, Tao Yi*, Low-molecular-mass gels responding to ultrasound and mechanical stress: Towards self-healing materials, Chem. Soc. Rev., 43, 5346--5371.

  2. Luyan Meng, Yongquan Wu, Tao Yi*, A ratiometric fluorescent probe for the detection of hydroxyl radicals in living cells, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 4843-4845

  3. Junchen Wu, Ying Zou, Chunyan Li, Wilhelm Sicking, Ivo Piantanida, Tao Yi,* Carsten Schmuck.* A Molecular Peptide Beacon for the Ratiometric Sensing of Nucleic Acids. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 134, 1958-1961, 2012.

  4. Qian Liu, Yun Sun, Chenguang Li, Jing Zhou, Chunyan Li, Tianshe Yang, Xianzhong Zhang, Tao Yi,* Dongmei Wu, Fuyou Li,* 18F-Labeled Magnetic-Upconversion Nanophosphors via Rare-Earth Cation-Assisted Ligand Assembly. ACS Nano, 5, 3146-3157, 2011.

  5. Xudong Yu, Qian Liu, Junchen Wu, Mingming Zhang, Xinhua Cao, Song Zhang, Qi Wang, Liming Chen, Tao Yi,* Sonication-Triggered Instantaneous Gel-to-Gel Transformation, Chem. Eur. J., 16, 9099 – 9106, 2010.

  6. Mingming Zhang, Shengtong Sun, Xudong Yu, Xinhua Cao, Ying Zou and Tao Yi,* Formation of a large-scale ordered honeycomb pattern by an organogelator via a self-assembly process, Chem. Commun., 46, 3553-3556, 2010.

  7. Junchen Wu, Tao Yi,* Qian Xia, Ying Zou, Feng Liu, Jie Dong, Tianmin Shu, Fuyou Li, Chunhui Huang,* Tunable Gel Formation by Both Sonication and Thermal Processing in a Cholesterol-Based Self-Assembly System, Chem. Eur. J., 15, 6234-6243, 2009.

  8.  unchen Wu, Qiwei Tian, Hu He, Qian Xia, Ying Zou, Tianye Cao, Fuyou Li, Tao Yi,* Chunhui Huang, Self - assembly of peptide-based full-color gels triggered by up-converting rare earth nanoparticles. Chem. Commum., 4100-4102, 2009.

  9.  Junchen Wu, Tao Yi,* Tianmin Shu, Mengxiao Yu, Zhiguo Zhou, Miao Xu, Yifeng Zhou, Huijun Zhang, Jiantao Han, Fuyou Li, Chunhui Huang,* Ultrasound switch and thermal self-repair of morphology and surface wettability in a cholesterol-based self-assembly system. Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2008, 47, 1063-1067 (highlighted by “Nature China”).

  10.  Ying Zou, Tao Yi,* Shuzhang Xiao, Fuyou Li, Xia Gao, Junchen Wu, Mengxiao Yu, and Chunhui Huang, Amphiphilic Diarylethene as a Photoswitchable Probe for Imaging Living Cells, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 15750–15751.

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